Chris Winters

Couple pays $5,495 owed for lunches at Marysville schools

On Friday, Tom and Christy Lee called the Marysville School District, intending to pay off the lunch money debt for the students at… Continue reading

Water outage to affect rural customers east of Everett

More than 100 homes east of Everett are going to lose water service for more than 24 hours while work is done on… Continue reading

People with drug arrests lose more ground in Everett

The Everett City Council is taking up an expansion of the ordinance that prevents people arrested for drug crimes from entering certain parts… Continue reading

Marysville EMS taxes going up

Property taxes in Marysville are going to get a modest rise next year. Just exactly how high they go is going to depend… Continue reading

City of Everett, YMCA mull partnership on new pool

In a couple years, Everett might have a second publicly available swimming pool. The city of Everett and the YMCA of Snohomish County… Continue reading

Improvements to Everett schools to begin this summer

The Everett School District expects to move ahead this summer on plans to improve its schools. Gateway Middle School in Mill Creek is… Continue reading

Longtime director of Everett Public Library plans to retire

Everett Public Library Director Eileen Simmons has announced she plans to retire this fall after 19 years with the city. She said Oct.… Continue reading

New Anglican church sets up in Everett

A new church with some traditional ideas about faith opened in Everett recently. All Saints Church held its first services at Easter with… Continue reading

New climbing structure, zip lines open in south Everett

A new high ropes and zip line course opened in Everett on Thursday, and was hailed by Snohomish County officials as a model… Continue reading

2nd Everett methadone clinic stymied by zoning and stigma

Therapeutic Health Services, a Seattle nonprofit that operates a methadone clinic in south Everett, is trying to expand its operations in the city.… Continue reading

Wildlife officer: Elusive Everett bears still out there

A few bears that have been seen wandering around southeast Everett are still out there, apparently. There are probably two or three bears… Continue reading

Jackson High senior has sights set on global justice

Micaiah Anderson, 18, leads the Multi-Cultural Club at school and is planning on a career in international law. Question: What are your college plans? Answer:… Continue reading

Everett School Board president steps down to focus on health

Ted Wenta has stepped down from his role as president of the Everett School Board. Wenta said in a letter to Superintendent Gary… Continue reading

Trump plan would cut grants that help the most vulnerable

Volunteers gathered on Thursday morning at the Marysville Community Food Bank to pack food into shopping bags. It was a fast moving assembly… Continue reading

Everett wants neighborhood group for part of Evergreen Way

The city of Everett plans to convene a group of residents and business owners to discuss ideas for improving a stretch of Evergreen… Continue reading

Tulalips’ long-awaited water pipeline turned on

A decades-old feud between the Tulalip Tribes and the city of Everett was washed away Friday. That’s when a long-awaited water pipeline connecting… Continue reading

Proposed assisted-living facility, housing project in same area

Sunrise Services, a 40-year-old operator of adult group homes, plans to open a new kind of assisted-living facility in the same Everett neighborhood… Continue reading

Taxi, Uber rules in Everett get sidetracked over insurance

EVERETT —The Everett City Council last week took another stab at revising its rules regulating taxis, Uber and other internet ride-hailing companies. As happened when… Continue reading

Cantwell promotes her housing tax credit bill in Everett

Local leaders fighting chronic homelessness and rising housing costs are hoping for a bit more federal help. U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell has sponsored… Continue reading

Marysville’s Qwuloolt trail opens this weekend

At 10 a.m. Saturday, Marysville’s waterfront will grow from 900 feet to nearly two miles. That’s when the city of Marysville plans to… Continue reading